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How To Style Denim On Denim For A Curvy Body Ft. Dresslil

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Wearing Denim on Denim has always been a much debated clothing spectacle since long; and when it comes to wearing denim on denim for a curvy body, it definitely needs to get some thought. Denims are generally heavier fabrics and draping the entire silhouette in it can tend to make the body look bulkier. So here I am, pondering whether or not can I wear the much talked about denim on denim look without the outfit looking unflattering. And finally, I planned out a look which just does not fit into the denim on denim category but also is extremely flattering.

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If you have been following The Curvy Princess for some time now, then you know that my obsession with Dresslily is for real. So it is but obvious, that one of my favourite and much coveted look is bound to be arranged from the exquisite plus size  wardrobe from my favourite e-shopping portal. Coming back to the styling post, i’ll now be sharing what I got off this website and how  I styled the denim shirt over my black denims.

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For those who know me, know me as a hardcore Black Skinny Jean person, and why not? I feel they are the most flattering pick for thunder thighs like mine. They camouflage the excess flab, smoothen out the cellulite all the while creating an impression of longer, slender legs. And of course, denims are always a good bet to make your legs looks shapely, no matter how thick they might be.

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I have since always been in search of a black denim shirt, but have been unsuccessful almost always. But Dresslily has made me come a little closer to my requirements by hosting shirts like this see through chambray denim shirt.  As I said, denim shirts are generally a very heavy fabric to wear which does not embrace your silhouette snugly, rather sits atop as a flat piece of clothing. However, this piece of chambray denim shirt is made of a denim-look like spandex material which can pass away as a denim shirt but sits so snugly because of its extremely soft and stretchy texture.

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Undoubtedly, the soft fabric makes the shirt look oh-so-flattering on a body type like mine, but the black see through georgette sleeves take the shirt to a whole new level altogether. Apart from the flattering fabric and black chambray patterns in the powder blue denim shirt, to make it look all the more suitable for my body shape, I decided against buttoning up the shirt. Instead, I paired it with a silky black tank top and my favourite black booty heels to add a little height and complete the look.

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What do you think of this look? Would you style your denims on denims in this way? Let me know your styling tips in the comments section below curvies.

 

 

 

4 replies
  1. Marissa M
    Marissa M says:

    Yes yes yes! I love layering denim! It’s easy to get away with if you do a non blue Jean bottom and a blue denim top. You could rock a blue denim vest with mustard, olive or black skinnies and look fab! Also I love that bag! I love big purses for everyday. There’s a new website briluvsbags.com They have some of my faves!

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